In a starred review, Publishers Weekly said that, in Juliet, (Ballantine) Fortier “bobs and weaves between Shakespearean tragedy and popular romance for a high-flying debut …. that reads like a Da Vinci Code for the smart modern woman.”
Does anything more really need to be said? We didn’t think so either.
If people stop talking about Jonathan Franzen for five minutes, this one is likely to generate a whole lot of buzz.